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Table 4 Comparison of phytochemicals present in the in vitro and naturally grown L. cruciata

From: Comparison of pharmacological properties and phytochemical constituents of in vitro propagated and naturally occurring liverwort Lunularia cruciata

Sl. No. Compound class   Plant growth condition   Relative abundance
In vitro Relative abundance Retention time Naturally grown Retention time
1 Alkaloid 1-Butylpiperidine 23% 12.08   
   Methyl 2-{1-acetyl-5-ethyl-2-[3-(2-hydroxyethyl)-1H-indol-2-yl]-4-piperidinyl} propanoate 21.95 40%
2 Terpenes Phytol 100% 18.95 Phytol 19.03 100%,
   [12]-Thujopsene 14.03 31%
3 Flavonoid Flavone 28% 16.5 Flavone 16.5 71%
3-Hydroxyflavone 67% 16.80   
4 Fatty acid Ethyl tetradecanoate 30% 18.03   
    Cyclopentaneundecanoic acid 18.08 46%
5 Fatty acid ester Isopropyl stearate 39% 22    
   Methyl 11-cyclopentylundecanoate 17.17 65%
   Methyl (13E, 16E)- 13,16 octadecadienoate 18.85 91%
   Methyl (13E)-13-docosenoate 21.77 43%
6 Aliphatic hydrocarbon Z-13-octadecen-1yl acetate 58% 20.43   
7 Alkanes Tricosane 2,4-dione 29% 23.17